A variety of pollinators enjoyed my Buddleia (Butterfly Bush) in full bloom, as one of the resident rabbits watched the garlic harvest dry.
Photographs taken with a bridge camera journaling nature and everyday life in Central Massachusetts and beyond.
7 thoughts on “Summer Sun”
Hi Julia, The garlic was ready to harvest, they look a big size. Do you pickle some veggies? I do.
I guess that you must have great salads for lunch and keep the bikini figure. 🙂
This is my first try at garlic, but they look good to me. Yes, we “pickle” some cucumbers my putting them in jars in the fridge. They last a few weeks.
Ha! The bikini figure is long past! 😉
Lush and beautiful! Your plants certainly seem to love the weather. And so nice to see all the butterflies.
The butterfly bush really took of this year, and is really attracting a wide variety of butterflies.
Nice garlic harvest and garden shots. Good to see monarchs!
So upset that the Monarchs are endangered!
All we can do is plant more milkweed. I wrote to my state rep to request that the MA DOT only mow the median strips in Oct./Nov. to provide pollinator habitat all summer. It would save $ (machine and labor). She was welcoming, but DOT never responded. I guess it is going to take a lot of letters for them to pay attention! We must keep trying.